Rent to Own Homes near Lake Jackson, TX

  • They say that everything's bigger in Texas, but that's not always true. If you love Texas and find the big city overwhelming, head over to Lake Jackson, TX. Lake Jackson provides the feeling of a small, charming town and provides quick access to the Houston metro area, which is great if you're looking to commute or have fun in the city.

Check out over 300 Lake Jackson, TX rent to own homes for sale, which may include auction properties, for sale by owner, and more.

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Top 4 Reasons to Live in Lake Jackson, TX

  • Fantastic location! If you are looking for a suburban town with easy access to big city amenities, a rent to own property in Lake Jackson is hard to beat. With quick entry to the Nolan Expressway you can drive to the Gulf of Mexico or head over to Houston in about an hour. The community is smaller, but draws a lot of attraction for excellent retail shops in the city. The Brazos Mall features a movie theater as well as 75 stores and restaurants.
  • Great real estate market! The average home listed in Lake Jackson is priced around $200,500 with rental prices sitting close to $1,000 per month. These prices are nearly $500 lower than the averages in the Houston area. As of 2014 the market is up nearly $13,000 over the past decade. Even with the growth in property value and rental costs, the cost of housing in Lake Jackson is significantly lower than the national average, helped in large part by low crime rates near Yaupon Street and Van Pelt.
  • Professional music hall! The Clarion, a professional music hall, is located on the Brazosport College campus. The music hall hosts programs for youth and adults including classes and frequent performances. Private tutoring and lessons are available during the summer. The music hall frequently hosts some of the biggest names in the music industry as well as non-musical events.
  • Charming homes! Lake Jackson is a planned community made up of homes built between 1970 and 2009. The community was originally designed to house employees of Dow. Six distinct home designs were chosen for simplicity in building the community. In addition to providing visual continuity, residents can easily navigate the planned streets. Keep an eye out for two adorably named streets, "This Way," and "That Way," following the planning structure that has all streets leading to and from the center of town.